gg_miss_var: Plot the number of missings for each variable

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

View source: R/gg-miss-var.R

Description

This is a visual analogue to miss_var_summary. It draws a ggplot of the number of missings in each variable, ordered to show which variables have the most missing data. A default minimal theme is used, which can be customised as normal for ggplot.

Usage

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gg_miss_var(x, facet, show_pct = FALSE)

Arguments

x

a dataframe

facet

(optional) bare variable name, if you want to create a faceted plot.

show_pct

logical shows the number of missings (default), but if set to TRUE, it will display the proportion of missings.

Value

a ggplot object depicting the number of missings in a given column

See Also

geom_miss_point() gg_miss_case() gg_miss_case_cumsum gg_miss_fct() gg_miss_span() gg_miss_var() gg_miss_var_cumsum() gg_miss_which()

Examples

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gg_miss_var(airquality)
## Not run: 
library(ggplot2)
gg_miss_var(airquality) + labs(y = "Look at all the missing ones")
gg_miss_var(airquality, Month)
gg_miss_var(airquality, Month, show_pct = TRUE)
gg_miss_var(airquality, Month, show_pct = TRUE) + ylim(0, 100)

## End(Not run)

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